Lost World of Tambun – Ipoh Theme Park Attraction
In the lust of hidden greenery of Ipoh, a fully water park theme appears to emerge from the surrounding limestone cliffs and vibrant jungle, waiting to be explored. The Lost World of Tambun comes as part of 3D2N of my Ipoh trip.
Lost World of Tambun @ Ipoh
I’d bought tickets for Lost World of Tambun from MATTA Fair which cost me under RM30 per pax. As this is non-comparable to Sunway Lagoon, I would give a try because it sounds a mystery world to me. Hence, this trip is made off.
There are 8 part of Lost World of Tambun that comes ranging from river of adventure, raging waterfalls, rushing rapids, majestic cliffs, magnificent tigers, ancient caves and hot springs with ancient therapeutic properties.
- Petting Zoo
- Tin Valley
- Amusement Park
- Team Building
- Hotspring Spa
- Swan Lake
- Water Park
- Tiger Valley
An Ipoh trip is incomplete without going for famous food.
7.00am – Famous Foh San Dim Sum in Ipoh town
Our day started with full of expectation. A day trip filled up with various adventures and fun from Lost World of Tambun. We planned a breakfast as usual hangout whenever I stay in Ipoh, that’s Foh San Dim Sum.
It’d shifted to new outlet quite some time. For those few years didn’t come to Ipoh for this famous place, you’ll not be lost because it’s moved nearby from original outlet.
Foh San … famous for dim sum
Breezy morning … dim sun served with chinese tea
Varieties of Dim Sum … places packed with crowd in early morning
A considered non-heavy breakfast for us here, which cost us around RM40+.
Getting to the park was not easy without proper direction. We reached slightly a bit earlier before the opening hour.
We purposely drop by the hotel next to this park since it has yet to open.
Entrance of Lost World of Tambun … am I going to be lost here?
The Lost World Hotel … a place to overnight next to the Park
The Lost World Hotel is well suited for travelers seeking accommodation around The Lost World of Tambun area. Each room has television and air conditioning. This 3-star hotel offers 134 rooms.
Swimming pool and children’s play area are provided for recreation. Business center and Wi-Fi Internet access are available on site.
Booking via HotelTravel.com available below:
Wonders of Tambun … a map showing some interesting places
Greenish surrounding the Park and Hotel … good for health
For visitors convenient from far and for leisure gathering, a newly built hotel called Lost World Hotel is sitting next to this park.
One can think about staying nearby if you plan to spend time for whole in the park. Park closes at 6pm.
Next to the Park is Hot Spring & Spa open at night from 6pm – 10pm can be considered as well to relinquish your stress and stay comfort over the night.
Direction to Lost World Hot Springs & Spa … open from 6pm
Follow direction … to the left
Operation hour from 6pm … however is part of Lost World during the day
For those who interested to the Hot Spring only need to pay separate fees from 6pm onwards at different entrance.
Hot Spring & Spa is part of Lost World park during the day time, you can visit this part as well upon entering this park. Think about it, who wanted to dip into hot spring under the hot sun and weather?
Back to the Lost World of Tambun entrance, we quickly lined up and exchange our ticket for RFID tag and pay for deposit RM10 each (refundable).
The Logo … very anticipating feeling the park adventures
Mystery place … ancient-based infrastructure
Cats in ancient Egypt … guarding the Lost of World
The entrance of the Park … ticket purchased and entry
RFID tag is given instead of ticket … can used to store value for any purchase in Park
Our RFID tag … refundable deposit paid for RM10
Getting ready for adventures … all kind of water adventures!
Family water park … start getting wet by just cross under
Walking around with huge limestone mountain as background … is awesome
Waves Restaurant … packed with people, many just hogged the table
One of the many adventures … crowded queues
Other than wet adventures … some games booth to win soft toy
Can dry up your clothes with this ride … typical ride found
Train ride … for those who lazy to walk but want to see the surrounding
Okay, now get ready … locker area to keep your belonging secure
Digital locker … consider safe but need to understand how to use first
Get used of PIN number and your RFID tag … cost you RM10 for a token
This park is BIG.
Be prepared with a map on hand when going around preventing ‘Lost of the World’ situation.
You might be missed out some interesting area.
Map of the entire park … need to walk a lot to cover the whole place
Jungle Wave Pool … where peoples gather and wave together
Cooling under the hot sun … blue swimming pool
In the rain … have fun dripping
People & mountain … people & sea
By the time I was in the park for some adventures, a bunch of peoples queue up. OMG, weekend crowd.
Don’t know how I’m going to have fun with these crowds. Pressure started to pile up. Oh gosh.
I moved to slightly lesser people area which was Tambun Hot Spring.
Crowd yet to move in … slightly better place to start warming up
Moved to Tube Raiders … rules & regulation
Sliding down the drain … open air
Getting ready … closed one
lnside the tube … it’s started with mystery
End of fun … carry-on with the tube
The end of tube … splash into the water if not careful
Calm water … nothing than just floating along the river stream
Adventure River … the most adventurous river in the park
Strong push and face pace … doesn’t matter go for few rounds
The Lost World Swan Lake … offer rides and spotted few swans
Cost you RM5 for a ride … if you never ride a boat before, give a try
Lost World Tin Valley … the new attraction of the park
Astounding view … with sport adventures behind this park
Baby elephant sculpture … just for kids
Bigger elephant for adult … climb up for a picture
A place for demonstration held … build for experiment
What are looking for? … Tin or just playing with round basket
Team building stuff … closed from public
Welcome to Lost World Team Building Park … for corporate booking or public
Fantastic view of the lake … dedicated place for photography
What the old building covered with plant? … abandoned?
Oh I see … It’s a TOILET (male toilet)
Lost World Petting Zoo … housing many pets and reptilian
Rainforest Trail … walk along the trail leading to pet in open cage
Open space … freedom is there
Freedom to move around … unlike the Zoo
Longkang Fish (Drain Fish) … free to catch it, just for fun
Time for HOT SPRING visit … entering the hot spa section
Tambun Hot Springs … comes with healing effect
Foot Spa area … walk on the stone under the hot water
Mysterious cave with boiling hot spring … up to 45C
Minerals contain in hot spring water … good for health and overall healing effect
World Pool (Jacuzzi) … curiosity lead me up to there
Super boil, super hot … not able to withstand hot sun with hot spring
Infinity Pool … where the endless pool view connected to boiling cave
Boiling cave … steamy hot spring
Temperature degree hit 45C … should be more than that during hot day
Fresh hot water stream down the cave … damn hot
The biggest hot spring pool … enjoy a lot here, but not under hot sun
Crystal Pool … better place for dip and rest
Not fully under the hot sun … a good place for rest (40’C)
Crystal Spa … a place where beauty care and massage available with price
Kepura Cave … a historical cave
Tiger Feeding Show at 4pm … getting ready for it
A piece of meat flung out … the tiger crawl up and catch it
Feeding hour … the trainer will throw a piece of meat opposite there
Get aware and ready to catch it … looks hungry for feeding time
Whoops … manage to catch it
Another simple show … walk along the rope
A big bucket which will flip over when fully refill … creating a big splash
Big HIPPO … as display to attract kids
We managed to spend time for the whole day to make it worth our money. The Lost World of Tambun is not a boring place where a lot more activities and games can be play if you want. I skipped most of the games because I prefer to mix around with water activities.
Again, after we walked out towards EXIT, we hadn’t had much to go for night activities, therefore we bid a good early rest at night.
A day after shall conclude our 3D2N Ipoh Trip.